Buzzer Beater Basketball Anime. The first superhuman anime on our list related to basketball. The TV show narrates the story of a young boy named Hideyoshi Tanaka, who is 14 years old orphan living in an area abundant with skilled basketball players. Since he has some god-gifted talent, he gets drafted in a pro team that has a very bizarre objective.
Here’s a basketball anime released way back in 1981 at a whopping 65 episode count). Dash Kappei showcases 80s ecchi comedy at its finest. The story is centered on Kappei Sakamoto, a really short he is less than a meter tall!) high school student with god-like basketball skills.
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Kuroko's Basketball: With Kenshô Ono, Yoshimasa Hosoya, Yuki Ono, Hirofumi Nojima. The Teiko Middle School Basketball Team. The school that produced three perfect seasons in a row, with five once-in-a generation players, called "The Generation of Miracles." There was another player who all of them respected... A legendary 6th player.
I think Slam Dunk is the first basketball anime that I’ve watched. This was even translated to our Filipino language and showed on local TV. Slam Dunk originally aired from 1993 to 1996 and had 101 episodes in total. The anime wasn’t able to show the parts when they played during the Inter-High. You should read the manga to know what happened next after the last anime episode.
First-years Taiga Kagami and Tetsuya Kuroko join the basketball club, Kuroko challenges Kagami to a one-on-one match and fails to impress Kagami, Kagami declares he'll become Japan's best player. Kuroko states it is impossible for him to do it alone, but that he has decided to be the shadow to Kagami's light. S1, Ep2. 15 Apr. 2012.
Complete list of basketball anime, and watch online. Basketball is the focus of these anime. Training and competing in tournaments or championships are common themes in sports titles, as well as team spirit, or being an underdog who goes against the odds to succeed.
Kuroko's Basketball is an anime series adapted from the manga series of the same name by Tadatoshi Fujimaki. It is produced by Production I.G and directed by Shunsuke Tada, it began broadcasting on Mainichi Broadcasting System on April 7, 2012 with Tokyo MX, Nippon BS Broadcasting, and Animax beginning broadcast in the weeks following. The final episode of season 1 aired on September 22, 2012 and it was announced in the seasonally published Jump NEXT! winter issue that a second season has been g
It was first broadcast on TV Asahi from October 16, 1993 to March 23, 1996. It was later aired on the satellite television network, Animax, in addition to four animated movies produced. The anime followed the manga storyline, but left out the National Tournament games.